Without members and volunteers many activities in a Squadron would not take place. Members and Volunteers give their time in a variety of ways, for example:
- Running the canteen
- Driving Cadets to and from events
- Publishing a newsletter
- Coordinating a mess dinner
- Helping with special events
- Assisting with summer course selections and promotion interviews
- Coordinating the Duke of Edinburgh's Awards program
- Being a band master
- Web Master
- Photographer or a media relations representative for the Squadron
- and more
Volunteers want the Squadron to be successful and to be part of making that happen.
The Air Cadet League of Canada welcomes a large number of volunteers at the Squadron level and in the Air Cadet Program as a whole. The Air Cadet League of Canada and its partner, the Department of National Defence (DND) jointly support the Royal Canadian Air Cadets, a premier youth organization. The Air Cadet program is a comprehensive program, which is run in a structured, disciplined and safe manner. In this context, it is important to ensure all volunteers are appropriately selected, initially supervised, well- intended, offer skills which add value and complement the program, and are good role models for Air Cadets. Knowing the volunteers, their skills and talents, and their intended contribution is very important to the Squadron Officers, staff and Sponsoring Committee. A team effort produces the best results for the greater benefit of the Cadet Movement.
To Learn more, click on one of the links below or stop in to the Bowmanville High school on Tuesday evening at 6:30 and talk with our staff or volunteers.
For more information please contact